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Should I have an enduring power of attorney?

IT IS important for parents to have an Enduring Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship in place so carers can fully look after their wellbeing.

Having 'that' conversation with elderly parents

TALKING TRANSITION: Manage the aged care transition conversation with your parents.

Manage the aged care conversation with your parents.

Elder abuse: The guide to meeting with an adviser

ELDER ABUSE: Check out these 11 tips to help prepare for meeting with an adviser to discuss your concerns.

Expert provides tips on getting the best out of an adviser meeting.

Start the year right by updating your plans

NEW YEAR ADVICE: The start of the new year is a great time to review your plans.

The start of the new year is a great time to review your plans.

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Finance freeze: Prepping for winter chills and bills

AS WE head into winter, now is the time to check your home heating appliances – and your home and contents cover.

Not so super cover can chip away at savings

LIFE INSURANCE: Super fund default life insurance is a convenient option, but at what cost and is it right for you.

It's a convenient option, but at what cost and is it right for you.

Innovative insurance product for those 50 and over

A Senior Couple Sitting on a Park Bench, enjoying each other company.

FutureWell Insurance has launched a new insurance product.

It's no joke, private health costs are going up

Another price pike will force many older Australians out of private health insurance.

CAN you afford another increase in your health cover?

What to do after a disaster hits

Take photos before cleaning up and make a list of everything that has been damaged to assist your claim.

Take photos before cleaning up and make a list of damaged items

It's a no brainer: Home buying needs solid research

WITH median property prices hitting $655,000 across our state capitals, it’s a no brainer that buying a home calls for solid research

Blinding financial advice in the spotlight

GOOD ADVICE: Learn from an expert by using these tips for  working well with financial advisors.

Top advice for working well with financial advisors.

Ditch or keep? Tips to reviewing an investment portfolio

GOOD ADVICE: Find out what retirees should look for when reviewing a portfolio.

Find out what retirees should look for when reviewing a portfolio.

Money: Are annuities attractive enough?

FUNDING RETIREMENT: There is a strong push to make annuities a better investment choice.

There is a strong push to make them a better investment choice.

Money: Should I own insurance inside my super?

SOUND ADVICE: There is plenty to consider before owning insurance inside super.

There is plenty to consider before owning insurance inside super.

Can the proposed changes to the work test benefit me?

IT’S A question on the minds of many older Australians - will the announced changes in the Federal Budget to the work test be of benefit to me?

Budget 2018: What's in it for older Australians

BUDGET 2018: Check out the list of top items which the Federal Government propose introducing to benefit seniors.

Check out the list of top items to impact seniors.

Battle for fairer retirement system steps up a notch

POWERFUL FRIENDS: A new powerful alliance of superannuation experts will work on pushing for fairer Federal Government policies.

New powerful alliance to drive for fair superannuation policy.

Super idea: Expert wants guarantee for Seniorpreneurs

SUPER TIPS: If you work for yourself there are good reasons have super.

If you work for yourself there are good reasons have super.

Should your will include death benefit details?

SUPER PAPERWORK: A superannuation Death Benefit Nomination is a necessity.

A superannuation Death Benefit Nomination is a necessity.

A super opportunity – downsizer contributions

SUPER DOWNSIZE: Downsizer contributions could be an attractive option for over 65s.

Downsizer contributions could be an attractive option for over 65s.

'Extraordinarily bad policy': Labor backflip not enough

HOLD TIGHT: A week in politics is a long time, so stay tuned.

A week in politics is a long time, so stay tuned.

Shave 15 years off your mortgage

A LITTLE-KNOWN mortgage product offering rates as low as two per cent has helped one man shave at least 15 years off his home loan.

Woman wins $4.8m lotto twice

The Melbourne woman bought the tickets as an anniversary present.

“You’re really serious? Is this a joke? It’s just incredible."

Bank takes cancer survivor's home

Carolyn Flanagan said she "would have signed anything" for her daughter.

"If you can’t help you children who can you help?"

Having multiple credit cards can harm you

Many Australians have multiple credit card accounts.

"Your credit history makes you look like a credit junkie."

Aussie banks’ dirty tricks exposed

Liz Hayes grills the bank bosses. Picture: 60 Minutes

"It’s like we’ve all been tainted with this really bad taste.”